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  1. Sorry to bother you guys again but I’ve spent hours on this with no success. I have some excel 2010 files containing self signed macros and want my mum to be able to use them on her new win 7 office 2010 computer. I tried to import the certificate but it says it can’t import it because the certificate is not trusted. There is also a message that says the certificate doesn’t have a key. Not sure if this is anything to do with it but it works on my laptop without the key. I have Googled this and followed Microsoft instructions to export and import the certificate and I have done this through internet explorer and excel but it just won’t work. With her old XP office 2003 computer I just trusted the publisher but there isn’t an option to do that on her new one. I have checked that macros are set to be disabled unless signed by a trusted publisher but can you trust yourself as a publisher on win 7 office 2010.
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